Thurs 27th Feb 6.45pm
Meeting about Re-opening of Detention Centre Indefinite prison in Weymouth for detainees St Johns Church, Green Hill, Weymouth DT4 7SS
The fun for International Women’s Day continues…
ALL GENDERS WELCOME !
Saturday 1st March 2014 7pm for 7.30pm
Autonomy Films present Whale Rider W.I. Hall, North Street, Bridport
£3, or less if you can’t afford it Vegetarian soup on sale from 6.45 pm
Saturday 1st March 9.30pm Same night,
Frolic for Feminism FREE Disco at Beach & Barnicott, South St
Friday 7th March 7pm
‘The Bronte Sisters’ FREE Community Pop-up Play Upstairs at Avenue Restaurant, West St Take part or join the audience! Hosted by Beth Shaw, co-author of the play and of ‘The Domestic Theatre Handbook’
Saturday 8th March 10am on
Stalls, women singers and musicians Bucky Doo Square (and at 12pm midday a Surprise!!)
Sunday 9th March 1pm
Songs for Peace FREE Sing along with local choirs: The Chapel in the Garden, East St. Listen and join in with favourite peace songs to mark centenary of 1914.
Wednes March 12th 7.30pm
Women’s Day Open Mic. FREE Come along to read up to 4 minutes of poetry or prose – all welcome Beach & Barnicott, South St. With poet Anna Freud.
Wednesday March 12th 7.15pm Same night,
Organized by STIR to Action:
Three Acres and a Cow: a history of land rights and protest in folk song/story featuring Robin Grey and Tim Laycock with local food and craft beer: W.I. Hall, North St. £12, less for under16s.